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Lincoln Savings Bank served a foreclosure lawsuit on the attorney for Debra Emmert after her loan payments failed to arrive. After the deadline for a responsive pleading had passed, the bank mailed a notice of intent to file an application for default judgment to Emmert’s attorney. The notice of intent was not separately mailed to […]